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We regularly cycle the old railway track between Killin and Kingshouse. It is one of our favourite rides, with the Falls of Dochert at one end, for a filling lunch, and the MOHR 84 at the other for a relaxing afternoon tea (or glass of...More
Only a glimpse as we passed by, but this is a very impressive structure, built for the railways in the 19th century. Today, with line no longer operational, it forms part of the Rob Roy Way, a cycle/walking path.
Handy cafe just up from Killin. Also leads onto the three Glens cycle route - which could do with a sign! Not sure if tarmacing cycle route is a good idea - may encourage speeding cyclists as to be avoided on the Derbyshire cycleways
We came across the Killin Railway Viaduct (also known as the Dochart Viaduct) completely by accident, on Saturday 15th April, whilst walking towards the Killin Stone Circle. On our way back from the Stone Circle we decided to investigate further.
The railway line is no...More